North Korea Gets Unexpected Responses to Missile Test Firing

Newsmax reported on Monday, March 6th,that the Nuclear-armed North Korea said its missile launches were training for a strike on US bases in Japan, as global condemnation of the regime swelled. In a phone call, Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe warned that the threat from North Korea had “entered a new stage”. The UN Security Council scheduled an emergency meeting for Wednesday after a request by Washington and Tokyo to discuss additional measures following the launch. On March 6, Department of Defense posted a press release that Defense Department officials detected and tracked multiple missile launches out of … Continue reading

Hezbollah International Financing Prevention Act of 2015

  12/18/2015 Became Public Law No: 114-102. This bill states that it shall be U.S. policy to: (1) prevent Hizballah’s global logistics and financial network from operating in order to curtail funding of its domestic and international activities; and (2) utilize diplomatic, legislative, and executive avenues to combat Hizballah’s criminal activities in order to block that organization’s ability to fund its global terrorist activities. TITLE I–PREVENTION OF ACCESS BY HIZBALLAH TO INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS (Sec. 101) The President shall report to Congress on: (1) satellite, broadcast, Internet, or other providers that have knowingly entered into a contractual relationship … Continue reading

Ron Paul says US sanctions against Russia an ‘act of war’

Tuesday Mar 11, 2014   Former US congressman Ron Paul has warned that Washington’s efforts to impose sanctions against Russia over the crisis in Ukraine are an “act of war.” “Though many mistakenly believe that sanctions are a relatively harmless way of forcing foreign countries to do what we say, we should be clear: sanctions are an act of war,” Paul wrote in an article published on Monday. US Congress is set to vote for sanctions against Russia in the coming days. Last week, the White House announced economic sanctions and blocking Russian officials’ visas, but it has yet to … Continue reading